Galician language
Galician (/ɡəˈlɪʃən/ or /ɡəˈlɪsi.ən/; galego [ɡaˈleɣo]) is an Indo-European language of the Western Ibero-Romance branch. It is spoken by some 2.4 million people, mainly in Galicia, an autonomous comm...
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Cantigas de Santa Maria - Music & original images
Recopilación de imaxes de músicos que acompañan os textos das cantigas do Rei Alfonso X O Sabio.
Galician Language: Pride and Survival - YouTube
Jun 15, 2012 ... A film about the Galician Language. ... Espanha ataca o Português da Galiza ( Galego) /Spain attacks Galician Portugues Language!by ...
Galician literature
Galician-language literature is the literature written in Galician. The earliest works in Galician language are from the early 13th-century trovadorismo tradition. In the Middle Ages, Galego-português...
Ramón Otero Pedrayo
Ramón Otero Pedrayo (alternative spelling Outeiro Pedraio) (Ourense, Galicia, 1888 - Ourense, 1976) was a Galician geographer, writer and intellectual. He was a key member of the Galician cultural and...
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Cancioneiro da Ajuda
The Cancioneiro da Ajuda ([kɐ̃sjuˈnɐjɾu ðaˈʒuðɐ], [kaŋθjoˈnejɾo ð(a) aˈʃuða], "Ajuda Songbook") is a collection of poems written in the Galician-Portuguese language and probably dating from the last q...
Cancioneiro da Ajuda - Wikipedia
Cancioneiro da Biblioteca Nacional
The Cancioneiro da Biblioteca Nacional ([kɐ̃sjuˈnɐjɾu ðɐ βiβliuˈtɛkɐ nɐsjuˈnaɫ], [kaŋθjoˈnejɾo ða βiβljoˈtɛka naθjoˈnal], "The National Library Songbook"), commonly called Colocci-Brancuti, is a compi...
Manu Chao
Manu Chao ([ˈmanu ˈtʃao]; born José-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao; June 21, 1961) is a French-born musical artist of Spanish origin. He sings in French, Spanish, English, Italian, Arabic, Galician, and P...
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Ramón Chao
Ramón Luís Chao Rego (born 1935) is a Spanish journalist and writer. He won the Premio de Virtuosismo for Piano in 1955. The same year he moved to Paris, France to study music with Nadia Boulanger and...
Gheada
Gheada in the Galician language is the debuccalization of the phoneme /g/ (voiced velar stop) resulting in one of the following variations:At times, the sound is also articulated as [x] voiceless vela...
Barbosa
Barbosa (sometimes Barbossa) is a Portuguese and Southern Galician surname and place name. It may refer to:
Figueredo
Figueredo is a Spanish surname. It may refer to.
Cantiga de amigo
The Cantiga de amigo ([kɐ̃ˈtiɣɐ ð(j) ɐˈmiɣu], [kaŋˈtiɣa ðe aˈmiɣo]) or Cantiga d'amigo (Old Galician-Portuguese spelling), literally a "song about a boyfriend", is a genre of medieval erotic lyric poe...
Cantiga de amigo - Wikipedia
Figueroa
Figueroa is a surname of Galician origin. It may refer to:
Nicomedes Pastor Díaz y Corbelle
Nicomedes Pastor Díaz y Corbelle (Viveiro, Galicia, Spain, 15 September 1811 – Madrid, Spain, 22 March 1863) was a Spanish politician, journalist and author of the Romanticism and the Rexurdimen...
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Lexicon of Galiza
The Lexicon of Galicia (Léxico da Galiza) is a contribution from the Galician Academy of the Portuguese Language (Academia Galega da Língua Portuguesa AGLP) of more than 800 words characteristic of Ga...
Lexicon of Galiza - Wikipedia
Galician Association of Language
The Galician Language Association (Galician: Associaçom Galega da Língua, AGAL) is a reintegrationist association established in 1981 which seeks the full restoration ("re-integration") of Galicia...
Galician Association of Language - Wikipedia
Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao
Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao (30 January 1886 – 7 January 1950), commonly known as Castelao, was a Galician politician, writer, painter and doctor. He is one of the fathers of Galician nati...
Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao - Wikipedia
Rosalía de Castro
María Rosalía Rita de Castro ([rosaˈli.a ðe ˈkastɾo]; 24 February 1837 – 15 July 1885), was a Galician romanticist writer and poet.Writing in the Galician language, after the Séculos Escuros (li...
Rosalía de Castro - Wikipedia
.scot
.scot is a top-level domain for Scotland and Scottish culture, including the Gaelic and Scots languages.In 2008 dotCYMRU, dotEUS, dotSCOT and dotBZH formed ECLID. Later it was decided to allow almost...
Galician-language literature
Galician-language literature is the literature written in Galician. The earliest works in Galician language are from the early 13th-century trovadorismo tradition. In the Middle Ages, Galego-português...
Troubadour
A troubadour (/ˈtruːbədʊər/, [tʁubaduʁ]; Occitan: trobador, [tɾuβaˈðu], [tɾuβaˈðor]) was a composer and performer of Old Occitan lyric poetry during the High Middle Ages (1100–1350). Since the wo...
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Xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín
Xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín (Ourense, 7 August 1938) Galician writer and poet is widely considered the highest representative of contemporary Galician literature. Doctor in philology. Studied philosophy a...
Xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín - Wikipedia
List of Galician words of Germanic origin
This is a list of Galician words which have Germanic origin. Many of these words entered the language during the late antiquity, either as words introduced into Vulgar Latin elsewhere, or as words bro...
List of Galician words of Germanic origin - Wikipedia
Editorial Galaxia
The Xeración Galaxia (Galaxy Generation) were a group of Galician language writers centred on the Editorial Galaxia (founded 1950) which was established to publish and translate modern texts that woul...
Editorial Galaxia - Wikipedia